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Adventurekeys Surf House Taghazout
Adventurekeys Surf House, typically decorated in the Moroccan style, is located in the picturesque town of Taghazout close to Agadir.
A large rooftop terrace provides an exceptional view of the well-known surf spots of the great south (Panorama, Banana Point, Hash Point,
Boilers, Mysteries and Anchor Point), all within less than a 5 minutes’ drive. A few metres from the beach, surfers from all over the
world enjoy a very relaxed and family-like atmosphere.
The Surf Camp
2 bunk beds for up to 4 people as well as double and private rooms. The house has 5 bathrooms, 3 kitchens (one of which is at everybody's
disposal) and an upstairs TV room where you can choose between surf movies or channels of the world, books and surf magazines.
The open rooftop terrace is perfect for BBQs at night or just to chill out. The town itself is a great place to experience local restaurants,
surf shops and traditional market, all just few minutes’ walk from the house.
in Taghazout, the best thing to do is to give the hostel a call upon arrival. Another option is to ask at the Cafe La Paix in the main street
for Adventurekeys surf camp, or for Youness/Yassine. Also the owner of the Maroc'n Roll surf shop next to the cafe, Larbi, and his
friends Karim and Ayoubin, will be able to give directions.
the all-inclusive option, guests receive the opportunity to experience traditional Moroccan cuisine. The food of Morocco is a reflection of
its long and colorful history, with French, Spanish, Jewish and Arab influences making a rich addition to the culinary traditions of the Berbers.
Arab influence was the first to be felt and is by far the most dominant. Delicious Moroccan gourmet meals are cooked by talented local
chefs every night. Traditional dishes such as Tagines (a mini cone-shaped clay oven stuffed full of vegetables, seafood, or meat and
then steamed over hot coals) and couscous with veggies will be served. For those with less exotic tastes, some more 'western' dishes will
be provided. For lunch there will be salads, sandwiches and fresh fish on the beach. Breakfast includes freshly baked breads, spreads,
cheese, cereal and, once a week, homemade crepes. Daily vegetarian meals are also available.
Agadir is a very western oriented city, Taghazout is a small, Muslim surf village. Adventurekeys provides party tours in Agadir at least once
a week. An Ibiza-like party should not be expected, but it is still a very fun experience. There are night-clubs and bars that will be visited
on the tour. They serve alcoholic beverages, but since alcohol is rare in Morocco, it doesn't come cheap in nightclubs.